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  1. #1
    [email protected] Guest

    Default Grilling Roasts

    Hi. Just wondering how you good follks go about grilling a roast. I have a new
    (from last year) Weber gas grill. Three burners. All I've done so far are hot
    dogs and burgers, chicken and pork chops. I'd like to try and grill a nice roast
    (beef). So, my question is, what's a good roast to use, how to preapre it, and
    how to cook it? I don't have a rotisserie, although I wouldn't be adverse to
    buying one. But how about just on the rack? Anyway, I'd appreciate any input or
    suggestions. Thanks.


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    Dave Smith Guest

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    [email protected] wrote:

    > Hi. Just wondering how you good follks go about grilling a roast. I have a new
    > (from last year) Weber gas grill. Three burners. All I've done so far are hot
    > dogs and burgers, chicken and pork chops. I'd like to try and grill a nice roast
    > (beef). So, my question is, what's a good roast to use, how to preapre it, and
    > how to cook it? I don't have a rotisserie, although I wouldn't be adverse to
    > buying one. But how about just on the rack? Anyway, I'd appreciate any input or
    > suggestions. Thanks.


    You would be better off to roast it offset. Turn on a burners on one side and set
    the roast on the other side with a pan underneath to catch the drippings.



  3. #3
    Dave Smith Guest

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    [email protected] wrote:

    > Hi. Just wondering how you good follks go about grilling a roast. I have a new
    > (from last year) Weber gas grill. Three burners. All I've done so far are hot
    > dogs and burgers, chicken and pork chops. I'd like to try and grill a nice roast
    > (beef). So, my question is, what's a good roast to use, how to preapre it, and
    > how to cook it? I don't have a rotisserie, although I wouldn't be adverse to
    > buying one. But how about just on the rack? Anyway, I'd appreciate any input or
    > suggestions. Thanks.


    You would be better off to roast it offset. Turn on a burners on one side and set
    the roast on the other side with a pan underneath to catch the drippings.



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    Edwin Pawlowski Guest

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    <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi. Just wondering how you good follks go about grilling a roast. I have a
    > new
    > (from last year) Weber gas grill. Three burners. All I've done so far are
    > hot
    > dogs and burgers, chicken and pork chops. I'd like to try and grill a nice
    > roast
    > (beef). So, my question is, what's a good roast to use, how to preapre
    > it, and
    > how to cook it? I don't have a rotisserie, although I wouldn't be adverse
    > to
    > buying one. But how about just on the rack? Anyway, I'd appreciate any
    > input or
    > suggestions. Thanks.
    >


    Lots of ways to do it. Just yesterday I did a leg of lamb.

    Any roast that you'd put in the oven can be done on the grill. For best
    results, put the roast on one side and light the burner on the opposite
    side. Indirect heat is the easiest to deal with. No special prep is
    needed, just rub it down with your favorite spices.

    You may want to put a pan under it to catch the drippings.
    I also do a lot of rotisserie cooking. Chickens, rib eye, pork loin, all
    come out excellent. Put the potatoes over the burner.



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    Edwin Pawlowski Guest

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    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Hi. Just wondering how you good follks go about grilling a roast. I have a
    > new
    > (from last year) Weber gas grill. Three burners. All I've done so far are
    > hot
    > dogs and burgers, chicken and pork chops. I'd like to try and grill a nice
    > roast
    > (beef). So, my question is, what's a good roast to use, how to preapre
    > it, and
    > how to cook it? I don't have a rotisserie, although I wouldn't be adverse
    > to
    > buying one. But how about just on the rack? Anyway, I'd appreciate any
    > input or
    > suggestions. Thanks.
    >


    Lots of ways to do it. Just yesterday I did a leg of lamb.

    Any roast that you'd put in the oven can be done on the grill. For best
    results, put the roast on one side and light the burner on the opposite
    side. Indirect heat is the easiest to deal with. No special prep is
    needed, just rub it down with your favorite spices.

    You may want to put a pan under it to catch the drippings.
    I also do a lot of rotisserie cooking. Chickens, rib eye, pork loin, all
    come out excellent. Put the potatoes over the burner.



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    Dimitri Guest

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    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Hi. Just wondering how you good follks go about grilling a roast. I have a
    > new
    > (from last year) Weber gas grill. Three burners. All I've done so far are
    > hot
    > dogs and burgers, chicken and pork chops. I'd like to try and grill a nice
    > roast
    > (beef). So, my question is, what's a good roast to use, how to preapre
    > it, and
    > how to cook it? I don't have a rotisserie, although I wouldn't be adverse
    > to
    > buying one. But how about just on the rack? Anyway, I'd appreciate any
    > input or
    > suggestions. Thanks.


    For many many years we have been marinating Chuck or Seven Bone roasts and
    grilling them. Start with a very hot grill, char both sides, turn down the
    grill and let it cook. They are a good value and very tasty meat.

    Dimitri




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    Dimitri Guest

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    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Hi. Just wondering how you good follks go about grilling a roast. I have a
    > new
    > (from last year) Weber gas grill. Three burners. All I've done so far are
    > hot
    > dogs and burgers, chicken and pork chops. I'd like to try and grill a nice
    > roast
    > (beef). So, my question is, what's a good roast to use, how to preapre
    > it, and
    > how to cook it? I don't have a rotisserie, although I wouldn't be adverse
    > to
    > buying one. But how about just on the rack? Anyway, I'd appreciate any
    > input or
    > suggestions. Thanks.


    For many many years we have been marinating Chuck or Seven Bone roasts and
    grilling them. Start with a very hot grill, char both sides, turn down the
    grill and let it cook. They are a good value and very tasty meat.

    Dimitri




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    Michael \Dog3\ Guest

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    "Edwin Pawlowski" <[email protected]>
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    >
    > Any roast that you'd put in the oven can be done on the grill. For
    > best results, put the roast on one side and light the burner on the
    > opposite side. Indirect heat is the easiest to deal with. No
    > special prep is needed, just rub it down with your favorite spices.
    >
    > You may want to put a pan under it to catch the drippings.
    > I also do a lot of rotisserie cooking. Chickens, rib eye, pork loin,
    > all come out excellent. Put the potatoes over the burner.


    I pretty much follow the same method when doing a roast on the grill. I
    have a rotisserie on the grill which I use pretty frequently but not
    always. To season the roast I just keep it simple. usually I'll insert
    small slivers of fresh garlic into the roast and sometimes I'll roll it in
    cracked pepper before putting it on the grill. I did a bottom round last
    week and it made some awesome sandwiches.

    Michael



    --
    "I'd like to be in Hell in time for dinner"
    -Edward H. Ruloff

    To email - michael at lonergan dot us dot com

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    Michael \Dog3\ Guest

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    "Edwin Pawlowski" <[email protected]>
    news:1L3%j.2949$[email protected]: in rec.food.cooking

    >
    > Any roast that you'd put in the oven can be done on the grill. For
    > best results, put the roast on one side and light the burner on the
    > opposite side. Indirect heat is the easiest to deal with. No
    > special prep is needed, just rub it down with your favorite spices.
    >
    > You may want to put a pan under it to catch the drippings.
    > I also do a lot of rotisserie cooking. Chickens, rib eye, pork loin,
    > all come out excellent. Put the potatoes over the burner.


    I pretty much follow the same method when doing a roast on the grill. I
    have a rotisserie on the grill which I use pretty frequently but not
    always. To season the roast I just keep it simple. usually I'll insert
    small slivers of fresh garlic into the roast and sometimes I'll roll it in
    cracked pepper before putting it on the grill. I did a bottom round last
    week and it made some awesome sandwiches.

    Michael



    --
    "I'd like to be in Hell in time for dinner"
    -Edward H. Ruloff

    To email - michael at lonergan dot us dot com

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    George Cebulka Guest

    Default Re: Grilling Roasts

    [email protected] wrote:
    > Hi. Just wondering how you good follks go about grilling a roast. I have a new
    > (from last year) Weber gas grill. Three burners. All I've done so far are hot
    > dogs and burgers, chicken and pork chops. I'd like to try and grill a nice roast
    > (beef). So, my question is, what's a good roast to use, how to preapre it, and
    > how to cook it? I don't have a rotisserie, although I wouldn't be adverse to
    > buying one. But how about just on the rack? Anyway, I'd appreciate any input or
    > suggestions. Thanks.
    >


    I have a three burner weber. What I do is use indirect grilling. I turn
    the front and back burners on and leave the middle one off. Works great
    for me.

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    George Cebulka Guest

    Default Re: Grilling Roasts

    [email protected] wrote:
    > Hi. Just wondering how you good follks go about grilling a roast. I have a new
    > (from last year) Weber gas grill. Three burners. All I've done so far are hot
    > dogs and burgers, chicken and pork chops. I'd like to try and grill a nice roast
    > (beef). So, my question is, what's a good roast to use, how to preapre it, and
    > how to cook it? I don't have a rotisserie, although I wouldn't be adverse to
    > buying one. But how about just on the rack? Anyway, I'd appreciate any input or
    > suggestions. Thanks.
    >


    I have a three burner weber. What I do is use indirect grilling. I turn
    the front and back burners on and leave the middle one off. Works great
    for me.

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    Tonia Fischer Guest

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    "George Cebulka" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > [email protected] wrote:
    >> Hi. Just wondering how you good follks go about grilling a roast. I have
    >> a new
    >> (from last year) Weber gas grill. Three burners. All I've done so far are
    >> hot
    >> dogs and burgers, chicken and pork chops. I'd like to try and grill a
    >> nice roast
    >> (beef). So, my question is, what's a good roast to use, how to preapre
    >> it, and
    >> how to cook it? I don't have a rotisserie, although I wouldn't be adverse
    >> to
    >> buying one. But how about just on the rack? Anyway, I'd appreciate any
    >> input or
    >> suggestions. Thanks.
    >>

    >
    > I have a three burner weber. What I do is use indirect grilling. I turn
    > the front and back burners on and leave the middle one off. Works great
    > for me.


    I was gonna say that too. Just burn off middle during next heat up.
    Tonia



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    Tonia Fischer Guest

    Default Re: Grilling Roasts


    "George Cebulka" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > [email protected] wrote:
    >> Hi. Just wondering how you good follks go about grilling a roast. I have
    >> a new
    >> (from last year) Weber gas grill. Three burners. All I've done so far are
    >> hot
    >> dogs and burgers, chicken and pork chops. I'd like to try and grill a
    >> nice roast
    >> (beef). So, my question is, what's a good roast to use, how to preapre
    >> it, and
    >> how to cook it? I don't have a rotisserie, although I wouldn't be adverse
    >> to
    >> buying one. But how about just on the rack? Anyway, I'd appreciate any
    >> input or
    >> suggestions. Thanks.
    >>

    >
    > I have a three burner weber. What I do is use indirect grilling. I turn
    > the front and back burners on and leave the middle one off. Works great
    > for me.


    I was gonna say that too. Just burn off middle during next heat up.
    Tonia



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